in·cum·bo[1]

  1. concentrate
  2. devote oneself to
  3. favor
  4. further
  5. lean over
  6. overhang
  7. promote
  8. to apply oneself
  9. to depend on
  10. to lie or lean upon

Synonyms for incumbo

  • annuoapprove, consent, designate, favor, give assent to, grant, promise, to allow, to give assent, to nod
  • beneficiumbenefit, boon, bribe, favor, gift, pious donation, privilege, reward, right, service, wages
  • defigoconcentrate, fasten down, fix firmly, fix upon, secure, to fasten
  • gratiaesteem, favor, for the sake of, grace, gratitude, in order to, obligation, thanks, to
  • iamalready, by now, further, henceforth, immediately, indeed, just, moreover, now, presently, soon
  • instodevote oneself to, draw nigh, to be earnestly engaged in, to pursue eagerly
  • porroforward, further, in turn, long ago, next
  • praetereaas indeed it is, besides, further, hereafter, moreover
  • pretereabesides, further, hereafter
  • productobring forward, bring out, bring to light, divulge, produce, promote

Similar to incumbo

  • incuboattach oneself to, dwell in, lie heavily upon, lie in a place, to brood over, to hang over, watch over
  • incalescoglow, kindle
  • incassumin vain, to no purpose
  • incautareckless
  • incedoenter into, go, march, to awake, to move forward
  • incendiafire
  • incendoto set fire to
  • incentivusprovocative
  • inceptorbeginner
  • inceptumattempt, beginning, enterprise